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    Best Carolina Style Mop Sauce

    Happy 2022 everyone, I am curious who has a great Carolina mop sauce recipe? I am aware that there are multiple styles that are Carolina and I would love to see them all. I am looking to do a no wrap pork butt and would like to use a mop with it. I put it out there to the best and brightest of the bbq world which gathers in these spaces. I hope everyone had a happy and safe New Year.

    Cheers

    #2
    Happy New Year and welcome to the Pit from southwest Florida.What are you cooking that pork butt on? Where you at? How about going over to the Introduce Yourself thread to introduce yourself.

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      #3
      Welcome from Virginia! I do not have a recipe that I think would help, but I am sure others here will jump in.

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        #4
        Welcome to the Pit!
        Mop sauce? I'd be afraid to wash off my bark. Waiting with you to see what comes up.

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          #5
          Create your own amazing East Carolina vinegar BBQ sauce and mop with this simple to follow recipe. Tangy and spicy, Low Country vinegar sauce is great for finishing fatty pork and does double duty as a baste (or mop) for adding layers of flavor to the meat as it cooks. Because it is so thin, it penetrates deep.

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            #6
            I see someone else has pointed you at a recipe already. This section is not for general discussion but for posting recipes. Cleanup on aisle 5 Huskee!

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              #7
              Hello from NW Oregon. The Birthplace of the Pellet Grill.

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              • Mr. Bones
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                y'all mus be so proud...

              • texastweeter
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                Mr. Bones I'm in the same camp as you buddy, lol. Pass the shine and pick us a tune please, lol.

              #8
              Welcome to The Pit.

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                #9
                MH's Columbia Gold is a mustard-based BBQ sauce, but it is really good, especially on pork.

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                  #10
                  I prefer a chili and vinegar sauce. White vinegar, red pepper flakes, lemon juice, salt pepper, and a whisper of white sugar. Maybe some oil. Sometime I get creative and use reaper dust or smoked ghost pepper dust/flakes. I have found my favorite on pork to be scotch bonnet dust.

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                  • texastweeter
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                    Mr. Bones sorry I can't be more specific, but for this recipe I have always eyeballed it.

                  • Mr. Bones
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                    Nah, we Good; Reckon I got it, from here~

                  • texastweeter
                    texastweeter commented
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                    Mr. Bones i have found the measurements more accurate after you have drank the neck and shoulders off a bottle of bourbon

                  #11
                  Welcome from the Land of Enchantment! You could go with either the Mop Sauce here on the site or the Lexington Dip - both are great!

                  In Lexington, North Carolina the barbecue sauce recipe is mostly vinegar with just a touch of ketchup and hot pepper. Here's how to make an authentic NC Lexington Dip BBQ sauce and mop baste. Relying heavily on vinegar, apple juice, and red pepper flakes, this tangy sauce penetrates meat deeply to make it flavorful.

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                    #12
                    Originally posted by barelfly View Post
                    Welcome from the Land of Enchantment! You could go with either the Mop Sauce here on the site or the Lexington Dip - both are great!

                    https://amazingribs.com/tested-recip...dip-bbq-sauce/
                    +1 on the Lexington sauce I like to use that with my pork.

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                    • Bad Hat BBQ
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                      My go to Mop sauce is just like Lexington...just did not know it had a name!

                    #13
                    LA Pork Butt post a recipe a while back for a Creole South Carolina sauce that's good. Welcome by the way
                    Looking for a kick a mustard sauce. Any suggestions? I saw the one with herbs on the main site but curious if there were any other recommendations.

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                    • LA Pork Butt
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                      Glad to hear you enjoyed it.

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